Spent the last 20 mins with customer support trying to figure this out. :)The email address an invoice is sent to is 'fixed' at the time the invoice is created. Ask me to send all invoices to this address from now on.3.) I delete old email address in client info, enter new address and save it. Anyway, if you have this issue, and have clients (like me) who need several reminders before they pay their bills, try to keep track (somehow) of who's email address has changed in recent months, and work out if the invoice you're re-sending was created before or after this change.So, here's the scenario I've encountered:1.) create invoice. re-send invoices as a batch.4.) receive no reply, eventually speak to client who asks me again to re-send emails to new address they've already given to me weeks ago.5.) I go back to client info, where it clearly already shows the new address. Then remember to manually update the email address each time before sending.This makes things a little more challenging because of the security connection between the account owner and our billing system.
I then get repeated emails from clients asking me to PLEEEEASE update my address details and not send bills to that old address, as they asked me to, months ago. And it makes me distrust Quickbooks to ensure it's pre-filling forms with current, up-to-date info, and not some old thing clearly still sitting on a server somewhere.These instructions will help you navigate that process.activity, accessibility, add an app, Add members, Add to Slack, administrators, all passwords, analytics, android, announcement, App Directory, app icon, Apple Watch, archive, Asana, Automation apps, Fair Billing, billing details, billing, bot user, box, browse, calls, Calls ! pc, changes, channels, channel notification, claim domains, close, compliance exports, compose, computers, connect, connected accounts, create, customize, custom SAML, custom, data exports, data security, deactivate, default channels, delete, deploy slack, desktop, direct messages, disable, discover and join, DMs, Do Not Disturb, domain, dropbox, edit, education, email address, email, emoji, emoticons, Enterprise Mobility Management, export, failed payments, faqs, finding, format, formatting, free trial, general, getting started, giphy, github integration, github organization, github, glossary, google apps, google drive, guests, highlights, import, integrations, ios, invite, JIRA, join, keyboard shortcuts, Keychain Access, keyword notifications, languages, leave, limits, links, linux, mac, manage a workspace, manage apps, manage members, mention, merge, message display, mobile, mobile push, move channels, moving workspaces, multiple, mute, nonprofits, One Drive, onboard, owners, password, permissions, phones, pin, plans, plus plan, polls, primary ownership, privacy policies, private channel, private notes and files, public channel, purpose, Quick Switcher, quote, reactivate, read, referrer information, reminder, remove, rename, retention, Request a new team, role, roles, RSS, Salesforce, SAML, SCIM, SCIM provisioning, search, send, share messages, share, shared channel, shared channels, sign in, sign out, single sign-on, Slack notifications, slack status, slackbot, slash commands, snippet, snooze, star, statistics, sync, tablets, tax, team domain, team domains, team name, team plan, team url, team urls, threads, time zone, tips, to-do lists, topic, Trello, troubleshoot, trouble receiving, twitter, two-factor authentication, updates, upgrade, upload, username, user groups, unread messages, video, voice call, voice, what is, whitelisting, windows phone, windows, working in, workspace creation requests, workspace discovery, wunderlist, zoom The email address you use when signing up for Slack is where we’ll send important emails like password resets, so you’ll want to keep it up to date.You can change your email at any time — here’s how: The confirmation link will take you back to your Account page, where you'll see your new, confirmed address in the Email Address section.Note: If your Workspace Owner has enabled single sign-on, members' ability to edit their personal information, including usernames and email addresses, may be restricted.